Trail Mix Challenge

Trail Mix Challenge - another opportunity to show some kindness to the homeless in St. Louis, and for students to demonstrate their leadership skills.  I am looking for clubs, groups, and departments that would like to make sandwich bags of trail mix.  The bags can contain a mix of nuts, dried fruit, granola, m&ms, pretzels, and cereal (such as shredded wheat, chex, oatmeal squares, etc.).  I will collect your bags and bring them to Sts. Peter & Paul Shelter for Men on the nights that students and I bring dinner. The men will receive the bags when they leave the shelter in the morning.  Thanks to Mr. Jonathan Dickmann and Cub Scout Pack 362, Mr. Jon Ott, Mrs. Lori Figge, and the Sophomore Pastoral Team (2nd time!) for providing trail mix in December! My next visit to the shelter is on Tuesday, January 8.  Questions? Contact Mrs. Chott at

720 Mass

There will be regular 7:20am Mass in the SLUH Chapel on Monday, Tuesday, and Wednesday of exam week. All are welcome to attend. 

Job Opportunity

If you know of any students who may be interested in becoming Peer Health Educators and are passionate about the performing arts, please share this information with them. Students are paid minimum wage and would be expected to work Wednesday through Friday from 4 p.m.  – 7 p.m.  




Best Regards,


Chrissy Fitzpatrick

Education & Volunteer Coordinator

Tower Grove Park | 4256 Magnolia Ave. | St. Louis, MO 63110

(314) 696-6944|


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Band and Orchestra

Band & Orchestra students who qualified for State competed against hundreds of other students this weekend in Columbia, MO.  Please congratulate the following if you know them.

1st place Jazz Guitar!!!! (AMAZING ACCOMPLISHMENT!!!!) 
Christopher Hartung '20
This kid is all that and a bag of chips! :) 
3rd place Piccolo! (playing in the Orchestra)
Bryce Van Bree '20
15th place Flute (honorable mention)
Bryce Van Bree '20
6th place Jazz Trumpet (1st alternate)
Justin Koester '19
10th place Alto Sax Concert Band (honorable mention)
Jakub Gorzko '19
15th place Cello (1st alternate)
Alexander Unseth, '21